Sobrarbe lies in the heart of the Pyrenees, a land of endless forests and mountains. A spectacular natural paradise, with a population density of barely 3.5 inhabitants per square kilometre – the same as the Sahara!
Large parts of Sobrarbe are virtually untouched, as they were abandoned – by people, at least! – almost a century ago.
Our mountains are there to be climbed, traversed, or skied down.
For rafting, kayaking, trout fishing, and more.
There are also natural pools for bathing, and reservoirs where you can swim or sail.
Our ravines invite you to abseil down their steep sides, explore their chutes and slides, and photograph their immensely evocative topography.
Home to species of all kinds; ideal for mycological investigation and the observation of flora and fauna.
Views from strategic locations such as peaks, crags and watercourses.
Like our traditions and cuisine, our culture has been shaped by our geography.
Our stones tell a story that goes all the way back to the creation of the planet: geology, cave paintings, Romanesque architecture, traditional structures, and more.
Sobrarbe’s landscape changes with the seasons. Always enjoy it with respect and care. Spend time here, and you’ll fall in love.